Letter from Leonard Woolf to Donald Brace (06/01/1932)

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Letter from Leonard Woolf to Donald Brace (06/01/1932)


University of Reading, Special Collections

Leonard Woolf informs Donald Brace that the Woolfs don't like The Second Common Reader as a title, but have no objection to the Company using it. He states he has requested Vanessa Bell to send Brace the updated wrapper design, and that 10,000 copies of The Waves have been sold in England as well, despite turbulent times.

Typescript letter signed by Woolf